Intel Mac :: Have The Core Audio Auto-launch On Startup?

May 20, 2012

How do you have a digi 002 auto load the core audio on launch automatically? 

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Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.8)

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OS X :: How To Auto Launch Several Apps At Startup

Feb 24, 2009

What is the best way to launch several apps at once,automatically, at Startup?

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Intel Mac :: Gray Screen At Startup 27" 2.7GHz Quad-Core Intel Core I5

Apr 5, 2012

My one week old iMac 2.7GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5. first started problems by not goping to sleep even when I forced it.

I shut it down using the shut off button and unplugging it from power for more than 5 munites.

I turned it back on, it does the usual startup chime and then gray screen. I have restarted twice from the shot off button and still getting the same result.

Info:
iMac (27-inch Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Jun 1, 2012

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OS X :: Disable Skype Launch At Startup?

Aug 27, 2010

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Mar 12, 2012

Just upgraded to Lion and on startup several programs (FaceTime, Mail, Safari, Calander) all launch automatically.  Can this be changed and how to do it?

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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May 29, 2012

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MacBook Pro (13-inch Early 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Intel Mac :: Lion Install On 4,1 Upgraded From Core Duo To Core 2 Duo?

Jun 12, 2012

I've upgraded my iMac 4,1 to a core 2 duo processor in order to install Lion although I still get a message from App Store saying that Lion cant be installed on my computer - I have all the basic system requirments - RAM - free space - latest version of Snow Leopard and  processor ...

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IMac :: Which One Is Better/an 3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Or An 2.8 GHz Intel Quad Core?

Dec 18, 2009

first, I didn�t know if this thread should be here or in Buying Tips, but anyway. My doubt is about the brand new 27� iMac�s processor, If I should buy a more GHz one, but with only two cores, or should I buy little bit less GHz one, but with four cores.

It really worth pay $200 more? It really worth the four cores? My main needs are run CS4, some Final Cut, maybe Logic Studio, and switch between different OS's (OS X, Windows, and Linux). I think even a 21.5� model would be more than enough, but I just wonder If Quad Core gonna give me more power (I hope so).

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OS X :: Auto Connect To Server On Startup?

Sep 9, 2009

So at school there are a number of servers that I commonly use and access. Everytime I want to connect to these I have to manually go to the Finder then in the toolbar click 'Go' ---> 'Connect to Server' and then type in the addresses for each of them. I have to do this everytime I restart my computer. Is it possible to have some kind of thing which will make them automatically connect o them on start up?

Also it would be even better if it automatically logged me on as well so I didn't have to manually enter my username and password.

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PowerPC :: Core Audio Just Died On My IBook?

Nov 4, 2006

all's not lost as i have an imic but is there anyway to revive my core audio?

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Mac Pro :: 8 Core - Too Much For Heavy Hi-res Graphics - Light Audio Video?

Jul 2, 2010

Is the 8 core overkill for heavy hi-res graphic design, but low use audio and video editing?

I have no experience with the current Mac Pro's. I have a 1,1 original, but I understand that the Nehalem processor is far superior to the Woodcrest from the original.

Question is, with 3300 as the base of an 8 core, does a 2d designer really need that extra processor?

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ITunes :: How To Stop Auto Play On Importing Audio/video

May 28, 2012

I've seen it many times around on internet, but it is driving me ABSOLUTELY MAD. After importing audio/video on iTunes (plus copy into iTunesLibrary), the file automatically starts playing. It is annoying me more and more, I can not seem to turn the function off. iTunes seems to be defaulted nowadays to start autoplay after importing music or video into iTunes~?

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iTunes, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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IMac :: 27" Core I5 - Late Startup Display

Jun 18, 2010

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Applications :: How To Make An IWeb Page Auto Start Playing An Audio File

May 8, 2006

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MacBook Pro :: Core 2 Duo Will Not Boot Past The Startup Apple Icon

May 13, 2012

I have a MacBook pro core 2 duo from 2009. I am running os x lion. I ca not get it to boot past the apple icon and the progress wheel. Btw why has apple not made a mobile friendly support site?

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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Desktops :: Monitor Remains Black (unlit) On Startup ... Mac Mini Core 2

May 10, 2010

After moving I setup the Mini, but got nothing from the monitor. Reset PRAM & PMU, nothing. CPU chimes, etc.work, but the only thing I get from the monitor is a yellow square with a brief message indicating there's no signal.

It's a Mini, 2 MB RAM, Core 2, OSX10.5.x, it's less than a year old. The CPU appears to be OK. Monitor is getting power.

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OS X :: How To Change Startup Audio Volume

Nov 8, 2009

is there anyway to change the start-up AUDIO volume from being at full blast to something less loud?? Same with when you unplug headphones, it always go to full blast!

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Mac Pro :: Audio Automatically Going To Monitor Speakers On Startup

Feb 27, 2012

I have an early 2008 Mac Pro, been running Lion since December. Until last week had no problems. There have been no changes made to the computer, no software added or removed. All of a sudden, when I turn the computer on, audio automatically goes to the speakers on my 24" Cinema Display. When I go into System Preferences I can easily switch it back to my speakers, but it defaults my speakers to full volume, and just to turn the volume down fills the entire house with the 'Apple volume change' sound, until I get it to a reasonable level. So while I have this backwards fix for it, I kind of resent that I have to do all that before I can even get to work on the computer.I tried deleting the plists in Macintosh HD < Library < Preferences < Audio, but when I restart they're back where they were and the audio's going straight to the display again.

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Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3), Early 2008, 8 core, 32gbs RAM

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Intel Mac :: Can't Hear Audio Through Audio (mic) Input

Mar 17, 2012

I want to create a digital file from a cassette tape.I cannot hear any audio through my iMac system speakers when I send the cassette audio into the audio input jack (mic).  Using mid-2011 iMac running OSX 10.7.3

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PowerPC :: No Audio From 17" Powerbook Except For Startup Chime?

Dec 23, 2008

The sound on my 17" G4 Powerbook does not seem to be working any longer. I know there are some similar threads but I think my problem is slightly different because I get sound on startup (the startup chime) then when Leopard loads it seems to be dead.

When I press the volume keys (F4/F5) I see the volume indicator increase/decrease but I do not hear an alert sound.

When I go into System Preferences/Sound, "Internal Speakers" is grayed out under "Sound effects" but "Internal Speakers" shows up under the Output tab.

When I plug in headphones, I get no sound.

I've tried resetting the PRAM and open firmware.

I've tried creating a new user and the new user also has no sound.

I've tried repairing permissions, running disk warrior while booted from another drive, and a disk repair in disk utility, as well as fsck-fy and also clearing the cache files with applejack.

I am runnign Leopard on this machine, version 10.5.6.

I though it was a fried/disconnected sound card or a logic board issue until I realized that the startup chime was playing just fine.

Also, whenever I press the volume keys, I get the following error in system.log

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PowerPC :: Non-intel IMac G5 Upgrade To Intel Dual Core Processor?

Nov 29, 2007

Has anyone tried to upgrade their old iMac G5 with a new Intel core Duo processor? If so how do I go about installing one?

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Intel Mac :: Cannot Boot From Selected External Drive On Intel Core Duo 10.4.3?

May 29, 2012

OS X 10.4.3 IMAC Intel Core Duo. I backed up my HD on an external drive so I could upgrade to Snow Leopard. I wanted to test that I could boot from the external drive and selected it as my start up drive. When I did a restart I got the Apple and the turning gear and then suddenly a black screen with this on it:
"May 28 22:23:11 Launched:com.apple.nibindd:respawning too quickly throttling, exited system abnormally bad system call too many failures in succession I have no name!"

I tried several dozen times with no luck. I think when I made the copy of my HD on the external HD I may have neglected to make it "bootable" (moving too quickly). My internal CDROM is busted so I use an external CDROM. I can't boot from it at all with the proper start up buttons pushed. It keeps trying to boot from the external drive. If I turn the external drive off and try to boot from the external CD I just get the grey file with the ? in the middle of it.

I tried using another external HD I have with OS 10.4 on it, but it won't recognize it either with fan, alt, shift, delete pressed at start up. My internal drive (a Seagate 2 tarabite drive) works great, but how do I reset it as the start up drive when I'm stuck with this black screen. One more thing, when I try to reset PRAM I don't get a second gong.

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iMac Intel Core Duo 2GHz 17", 2006 model

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Intel Mac :: Iphoto Will Not Launch

Feb 11, 2012

My iphoto will not launch, I only get the spinning wheel.

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Intel Mac :: Upgrade To Lion On It With Intel Core Duo Processor?

Mar 22, 2012

I need to install Lion to move from mobile.me to icloud, but my imac has an Intel Core Duo processor. Can I upgrade to Intel Core 2 Duo?

Info:iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8), Lion Upgrade

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MacBook Pro :: Audio Chime At Startup - Selected Device Has No Output Controls

Sep 4, 2014

When I start my Macbook Pro (mid 2009 15") I get the familiar audio chime.  However, when it finishes startup and I get to my desktop, I have no audio, and the audio icon up top is grayed out.  The audio output jack works fine.  I can use speakers and headphones.  I've tried the solution of wiggling around a headphone plug in the jack, as well as doing the same with a toothpick.  I've also reset the PRAM.  For some reason, the problem persists.  When I open sound settings in preferences, the only device listed is "Digital Out" and there is a message under it saying "The Selected Device has No Output Controls."  

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MacBook Pro, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)

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Intel Mac :: Can't Launch Shockwave Games

Feb 15, 2012

I downloaded Adobe Shockwave Player, but when trying to launch a downloaded Shockwave game, it opens a DOS dialog box as a text file instead. I have just purchased a new iMac from being a lifelong Windows user. 

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iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.0.x)

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Intel Mac :: Disk Utility Won't Launch

May 16, 2012

This might be a coincidence but I set up a new 2Tb Time Capsule today and assumed all was working as planned.  I setup Time Machine to refer to the Time Capsule drive and the backups have been performed in keeping with the schedule etc. My issue is that for some reason the Disk Utility doesn't display.  The icon will bob in the dock and then after that nothing happens.  Like I said, coincidence? Latest OS X Lion 10.7.4 with one External HD attached and working as expected.  In fact I used the Disk Utility only two days ago to format said external drive. 

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iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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MacBook Pro :: Differences Between Core 2 Duo / Core I5 And Core I7?

Dec 4, 2010

I see the numbers of everything from Core 2 Duo, to the slightly faster and cooler Core i3, to the supposedly faster core i5s and i7s. The benchmarks go up accordingly, but I found this does not always equate in a faster experience on most tasks.

Here's my experience so far on processor upgrade:

In one computer trade school re-certification class I am in, we are working with Windows Server 2003 on a Quad Xeon platform and it's incredibly slow.

But in a previous class we had the previous generation server edition on older Xeons, and while not fast, it was much better. On paper the newer multi-core Xeons should have made a difference, but could 2003 server software be that much more bloated than the previous Windows server edition that it would stall like that and make us wish we had the older setup?

I am going to try out the Adobe CS lab and put the new high end Dells to the test there and see if they work better than when we had an older CS version on older Xeon equipped Dells.

I don't know if this is something to do with Dell, or if Apple's increasing processor bumps/generations are going to similarly not make a difference in the speed things appear to go at, whether it's Adobe stuff, server stuff, or anything else that needs power.

I know somebody who plans on a Core 2 Duo, i5 or i7 MBP and I was wondering if the higher end processor is worth it in that case (iMovie being the main program of use).

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Intel Mac :: Fixing Email Launch After SN Update?

Feb 7, 2012

After re-installing the latest SN update to fix a M$ Office glitch, now my puter cannot access my yahoo mail. I can through a, yuk, PC. Neither Safari nor Firefox work.  

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iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8), White color

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